Yesterday (Dec. 3) marked the 50th anniversary of a seminal moment in science fiction history. Do you know what it was?
Oh, April Fool’s Day. Somehow, it seems like the sci-fi offerings get both better and worse with each passing year.
Though J.J. Abrams is bridging the geek gap between Star Wars and Star Trek by pulling double director duty, Leonard Nimoy had his own crossover fun back in the 1980s.
One of the most famous and ubiquitous pieces of Star Trek canon was originally something far less elegant.
From old-school magazines to the comment section of websites like this — rumors have always been a big part of sci-fi fandom.
Turns out, Leonard Nimoy had some strong words for the way one outlet reported a Star Trek rumor way back in the early 1980s.
Who's the better Spock: Zachary Quinto or Leonard Nimoy? In this hysterical new Audi commercial called "The Challenge," you'll find out.
Most of Spock's advice might go to Captain Kirk, but he had a little to spare for a young fan who needed to his help.
Marvel as '80s-era Leonard Nimoy introduces the world to the wondrous power of the Playstation 4.
From planning epic Mars missions, to floating ideas for a space base, NASA is pretty busy these days. Luckily, they have Leonard Nimoy to explain the next big plan—a study of the asteroid belt that could hold the secrets to the genesis of the solar system.